Construction Type: Restoration
Location: Irish Hills
The Towers of Irish Hills are a unique novelty in observation tower building competitiveness, dating to the 1940′s. The story goes that landowner B did not like the height of tower that land owner A was building, so he built a twin, only slightly taller. This dual of each farmer adding slightly more height went on for years until they were both converted to one property and joined together with a bridge. Our project consisted of preparing mothball drawings per the State of Interior Design Standards, awaiting a future restoration.